It’s like the TV junkies across the world live two different lives each day; one where you’re just sailing through the day after other watching your shows and doing nothing about it while the other flock leads a happier life living through the TV screens. They just glide through the sand dunes of Abu Dhabi to the sandy beaches of Australia pressing a remote-control button with a secret desire of travelling there.
If you’re wondering who this other flock is and what they’re watching then these are travel enthusiasts and watching numerous travel shows in India on TV. You don’t need a passport and wait in long visa queues to visit your favorite destination anymore. Just grab a leading DTH connection and get started.
Let’s see which are the best Indian travel shows on TV to satiate the wanderlust in you:
Highway on My Plate (NDTV Good Times):
We bet after watching Rocky and Mayur’s ‘Highway on my Plate’, you’re going to head straight to your wardrobe digging out your passport for the next travel. Such is the popularity of this amazing travel show where two travel junkies go out and about to explore highways, adjoining cities, and their famous local delicacies. A show so close to real that you feel like you’re travelling with them all this while.
Xplore India (Travel XP):
This show is a soup for the soul for all the wanderlust-struck wherein the host takes us on a virtual-reality travel through the far corners of India. A melting pot of the diverse regions, cultures, and food scenarios India has; this is a great way to know our country and its roots.
OMG Yeh Mera India (History TV18):
A show that makes you say OMG in quite literal terms, the travel fun show is hosted by popular stand-up comedian Krushna Abhishek and unfolds the amazing talents of extra-ordinary people even in the farthermost corners of the country. The format is based on abundance of jaw-dropping talent in India.
Style and the City (Fox Traveller):
Now here’s a travel show with a distinct concept – designers Rocky S and Rina Dhaka, together with the host, take on an Indian city and get challenged to design something for their celebrity guest. But the catch is to source the information and raw materials locally and put the blueprints of city’s history and culture onto the dress.
Travelling Diva (NDTV Good Times):
The food-travel show has Ritu Dalmia as host wherein she takes the viewers through the kaleidoscope of culture and food history of an Indian city. The inspiring reality travel show is a popular one with all travel lovers and celebrates the food, culture, and lifestyle of India in the most authentic way.